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and they say he seemed relaxed. >>> bombing and subsequent manhunt has taken a hit on boston's economy. the city and surrounding communities that were shut down by law enforcement as they searched for bombing suspects and tried to keep the public safe. from a canceled game at fenway park to closure of umass campus to the sus specific of the transit service, the area is likely to suffer hundreds of million of dollars in economic losses. >> the two individuals held the whole city hostage for five days. they should not do that. that's where the terrorist events want to do, hold the city hostage. stop the economy of the city. >> economists and boston strong are convinced the city will bounce back. i can't take credit but what a great idea to visit boston and spend money there and thank the people for how strong they are. surprise guest at fenway park and rallying call for a red sox player encouraging boston to be brave and be one. ♪ ♪ >> ♪ sweet caroline ♪ good times never seem so good ♪ >> shannon: yesterday was the boston red sox home game and made spec
. the economy, the way it's going, they are charging more. and auto lenders are jumping on the band wagon, stretching the terms of their loans to try to get nuand keep your payments low. but the short-term savings could cost you dearly in the long haul. so in today's take-charge consumer protection segment, i wanted to tell you how you can drive off with the best deal. joining me is chap wood investments representative. i am seeing the longer-term loans, as much as 96 months. are they a good deal? >> don't even psion about it. any time, you know, you are looking at leasing. if you are willing to pay for something over 8, 9 years, buy the car. if it appreciates, buy it. if it depreciates, lease it. cars depreciate in value. really look at leasing and even try to lease a pre-owned car if you can. that's the best value, jamie. >> jamie: why are they doing this? the car lenders? to get people to buy cars they can't afford? >> it is not just that. car dealers make their monofinancing. they are trying to get you to finance a car, and the longer you do it, the more money thea make. people make l
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